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Jan 12, 2011 6:00pm PST
." >> these men and women remind us that heroism is found not only on the field about -- fields of battle, they remind us that this is not require special training or physical strength, her wisdom is here in the hearts of so many of our fellow citizens, all around us just waiting to be summoned as it was on saturday morning. their actions, their selflessness poses a challenge to each of us and raises the question of what beyond pares -- prayers and expressions of concern is required of us going forward. how can we honor the fallen? how can we be true to their memories? when a tragedy like this strikes, this is part of our nature to demand explanations and to try to impose some order on the chaos and makes sense out of that which seems senseless. already, we have seen the national conversation commence not only about the motivation behind these killings but about everything from the merits of gun safety laws to the adequacy of our mental health facilities. much of this process of debating about what might be done to prevent such tragedies in the future is an essential ingredient in our exe
SFGTV
Jan 3, 2011 6:00am PST
from that letter. menlo park is fundamentally opposed of using something other, for a number of reasons. being used to alter contractual rights or as a means to establish the price of water. i want to draw your attention to the attachments. this goes through six or seven bullet points that describe the uncertainties in the current projections. this has the projections for each of our wholesale customers. you will see their footnotes associated with those -- there are footnotes. for planning purposes, some cities took a very hard look at this. they adjusted their numbers. there is many reasons that water use varies between cities, commercial use of water, the weather, and the city should not be penalized for that. the isg's, on the of. , they are clearly the most prevalent method of establishing water allocation among the whole set of customers. this is by virtue of executing the water supply agreement. president vietor: thank you. and thank you for coming today. we appreciate it. next speaker, please treat >> good afternoon, president vietor and members of the commission. i want to cong
SFGTV
Jan 7, 2011 12:00am PST
be able to increase that number. you can decrease the number only in areas of conditional use? is that what this says? >> i don't remember. i'm sorry. maybe we can get some clarification around those sections. you're asking if you must have the 1-100 or not. it needs clarification. >> so we have come to the understanding that you do not have a valid permit right now. so we are in the process of reviewing your application and possibly granting a permit after you prove yourself soundproof and other items that are appropriate. are you putting on music right now? >> we have had some temporary permits. >> even temporary permits should not be granted. it is based on the input from the neighbors. >> we have not had any other issues. i have been available how-to to her at all times. i have been on the phone and just the sound to make sure she was ok with it. i did everything i could to work with her in the process. >> i want the staff to really consider temporary permits until this is nailed down. >> the conditions from the police department, it shall be maintained as a bona fide food
SFGTV
Jan 21, 2011 12:30pm PST
of the authority, i want to thank him for his support, his excellent work, guidance over the years, helping us to get to where we are today. he was an and valuable partner to the project, committed to the project. it is my understanding that he has retired as general counsel. i just want to thank him for everything. now i would like to have emilio cruz present. i believe this was the last thing he signed for the tjpa. >> good morning, mr. director, members of the board. program manager. we would like to present to you a plan for restroom operations for the temperature terminal. as a background, phase one of construction began on november 1 of 2008. went into operations in 2010. the opera to accommodate a move up from the building so demolition could begin. it covered approximately 62% of the site because of the existing ramps that needed to be demolished. there is a drawing showing when phase one went into operation and the old east loop ramps in existence. once we close to that, we were able to demolish those grants and start construction of phase two. that began september 20, 2010 and operat
SFGTV2
Jan 22, 2011 3:00pm PST
in sheer terror of us having to follow a family band. they're performing saturday morning at 11:00 for 40 minutes. we have enough stuff to play the whole time. we are ready. >> it has been a delight to have you on "culture wire." i want to thank you personally for this great musical festival you have given us. >> is a lot of fun. >> remembered the hardly strictly bluegrass festival will be in san francisco. visit the website to get information on all of the performances. ♪ >> weren't they great? i think they deserve another round of your thanks. they are thurgood marshall high school like school crew. -- light show crew. they were formed to demonstrate asian culture through the art of glow sticks. glow sticks are synonymous with the buyer dancing from hawaii. they did a great job with those close sticks. -- with those glow stick. i am going to serve as your mc. the first rule of thumb i get to ask of all of you is please turn off your cell phones. we would really appreciate it if you could check right now to see that yourself bones are on silent mode are completely off. -- that your cel
SFGTV
Jan 8, 2011 3:30am PST
the academy operates. i think all of us appreciate that. following on ms. hester's comments. as far as the work, ms. ha has done, it is extraordinary. in keeping the tenacious leash on this. i know he only came on a year ago, following at least four other land use attorneys. maybe he can move this along. that is a statement i made before. i appreciate the permits have been filed. i think the fact we must realize 100 permis filts filed just emphasize the disregard the academy has had to the planning code of the city. it totally emphasizes it. that is what needs to be kept in mind. >> commissioner moore? commissioner moore: this is like a career. i do think that the staff has done a great job to really hit on all the issues. and explaining what is happening. magnifying the extent of what the issues are. if anybody else would drag this out, we would not be living here anymore. i am strongly in support of the department. that we would support carefully drafting supportive legislation to prohibit the conversion of the existing residential units, outlined in detail, planning comdde ammend
FOX News
Jan 12, 2011 11:00pm EST
for being with us tonight. make sure you check out four facebook fan page. i just put up an open thread on gretawire. meantime stay on fox news channel, good night. hour. ♪ >> bret: welcome back, you are looking live inside the mchale memorial center campus of the university center in tucson. the audience is awaiting the start for the memorial service of the victims of saturday's tragic shooting. we're told president obama has been working on his remarks for about two days. he is expected to speak for anywhere from 16 to 18 minutes. will be preceded by several state and federal officials. in just a moment, the university of arizona sim phonic orchestra. we'll hear the fan fair for common man. just so you know, as viewers, as we look at the mchale center. we will not be commenting. let it air so you can see what is happening there as tucson tries to move on from this shooting. the president, we're told, is going to speak and use a lot of his remarks, most of his remarks according to white house aides to remembering the victims and talking about moving forward. they are saying that this
FOX News
Jan 12, 2011 8:00pm EST
're told, is going to speak and use a lot of his remarks, most of his remarks according to white house aides to remembering the victims and talking about moving forward. they are saying that this is bigger than politics tonight. and that this is what this speech is about. back with the panel, brit hume, chris wallace and charles krauthammer. brit, we have talked about the importance of these events for presidents. president clinton had one of these speeches after the oklahoma city bombing. >> he did. and he made a very eloquent set of remarks that i think were well remembered. you see the president and first lady coming in to take their seats. and i think it was -- it did prove in his particular case to be a kind of turning point. in political terms he was reeling falling the 1994 elections. much as some thought president obama was wounded politically by the outcome of this last midterm election. he began to recover his balance, it seemed, in that appearance. although he might have stepped on it a bit the next day when he engaged in criticism of spokesman on the right as some have done
FOX News
Jan 13, 2011 4:00am EST
. the president, we're told, is going to speak and use a lot of his remarks, most of his remarks according to white house aides to remembering the victims and talking about moving forward. they are saying that this is bigger than politics tonight. and that this is what this speech is about. back with the panel, brit hume, chris wallace and charles krauthammer. brit, we have talked about the importance of these events for presidents. president clinton had one of these speeches after the oklahoma city bombing. >> he did. and he made a very eloquent set of remarks that i think were well remembered. you see the president and first lady coming in to take their seats. and i think it was -- it did prove in his particular case to be a kind of turning point. in political terms he was reeling falling the 1994 elections. much as some thought president obama was wounded politically by the outcome of this last midterm election. he began to recover his balance, it seemed, in that appearance. although he might have stepped on it a bit the next day when he engaged in criticism of spokesman on the right as
MSNBC
Jan 12, 2011 8:00pm EST
with us. >>> our coverage of the memorial tucson starts right now with keith olbermann. >> good evening from new york. this is "countdown" special coverage of tonight's memorial on the campus of the university of arizona, a memorial called "together we thrive: tucson." a memorial about to begin, for the attempted assassination of congresswoman gabrielle giffords. there is her husband. as important as this event will be over about the next hour with the president speaking, gabby giffords is the headline tonight. she is delighting her doctors, and not just for these photos released by the family, without prompting by physicians, she adjusted her hospital gown, put up two fingers in a "v" shape, and scratched her nose. the latter seems like nothing. neurologically, these complex, key indicator of good brain function. she also touched her wounds -- her wounds. there are so many wounds. the invisible ones of family and friends, of those who were shot. national wounds, torn open along old scars by the shooting. to salve if not bind up the nation's wounds, part of the reason the university of
CBS
Jan 23, 2011 11:00am EST
services committee gets down to business. our congressional editor tells us what's changing and what to expect. plus, afghanistan depends on contractors for stability so what's going to be the impact of an afghan law that taxes contractors there some we'll talk to two experts. >>> but first, the u.s.-china summit appears to have been a success. the two agreed to expand links and general cooperation but will an increasingly assertive people's liberation army buy into that plan? and what happens if washington sells weapons to taiwan? here are two leading china watchers, drew thompson, and phil saunders of the national defense university. guys, welcome to the show. drew, let me start off to get each of your takes and i'll start with you, drew. what did this summit accomplish? >> i think most importantly the summit met everybody's expectations. the chinese got the pomp and circumstance and imagery. >> hu got his state dinner. >> he was treated with all the same respect that we've accorded to india, for example, so i think that helped him stand up on the world stage and show his people ba
SFGTV
Jan 2, 2011 12:00pm PST
that we believe will give us a jewel. landmark of a place. >> i am sure it will have refining effect like embark did. and there were people about that and no one would think of that today. and when you look at growth and transformation of the embark, the same with doyle. it will be a cherished part of the city and a worthy addition to what is there. >> it will be a safe and beautiful entrance to a spectacular beautiful city. it will be the entry to golden gate that san francisco deserves. order this meeting of the ad hoc committee for monday december 13, 2010. please note that the committee members -- two of us are present, myself and commissioner mendoza. also, commissioner norton and commissioner fewer are present. we have four items on the agenda not noted. they are all informational items. last, i think we have already recommended to the board that they adopt the substitute new general education transportation policy. there will be no action items this evening. first, the staff presentation on the transportation policy, then an update from the parent advisory committee and ppf on the
CSPAN
Jan 13, 2011 2:00am EST
may help her maintain her leadership in the tea party movement. host: douglas brinkley joining us from austin, texas. thank you. you are also coming out with a new book. thank you very much. >> on tomorrows "washington journal" a look at state and local gun laws. also comet executive director of the national alliance on s.lness the dat "washington journal" beings at 7:00 a.m. eastern time. >> coming up, and tonight memorial service in tucson, ariz.. >> a discussion on the war, the economy, and america's future. >> middle and high school students, it is time to upload your video propelle the your video. it is owed three open to students. >> president obama spoke at a memorial service earlier tonight for the victims of saturday's shooting in tucson, arizona. other speakers included to an appalling tunnel -- janet nap olitano and janet brewere. [applause] >> ladies and gentlemen, tucson, and america. [applause] ♪ ["fanfare for the common man" playing] ♪ ♪ [applause] >> welcome. let me start in the traditional way by introducing myself. i am carlist and solace. on my mother's si
KRON
Jan 16, 2011 1:00pm PST
>> i'm alyssa milano, and i'm gonna let you in on a little secret. i don't use shampoo anymore. that's right. i don't use it at all. so why does my hair look this healthy and shiny? because now i use wen. i mean, look at this hair. my hair is softer, shinier, and the volume? who doesn't want more volume? ordinary shampoo? you don't need that anymore. all you need is wen. >> what does it take to get your hair this beautiful? just one thing: the wen healthy hair care system by chaz dean. it's revolutionary hair care that takes the place of shampoo, conditioner, deep conditioner, de-tangler, and leave-in conditioner all in one. most ordinary shampoos that lather use sulfates and detergents that may strip your hair of natural oils and cause dryness, frizziness, dullness, and color fade, but wen is designed to gently cleanse and moisturize your hair and scalp with no harsh stripping agents making hair shinier, softer, stronger, fuller after just one use. wen cleansing conditioners have been the buzz for top beauty magazines, like celebrity living, in style, lucky, elle, and oprah ma
CNN
Jan 12, 2011 8:00pm EST
of disharmony, at this time of disunity. please after hearing my blessing and my prayers, let us work towards harmony, towards wholeness and balance. let us begin by honoring the eastern door from where we get visions and guidance. may each of us get the vision and guidance to proceed in a good way. from the southern door, where we get the energies of the family, please let us honor the families of those that have passed on. let us honor the families of those that are healing. and also let us honor our own families. let us remain humble. and also use humor when appropriate. for humor is healing and can help people. from the western door, please let us honor the sacred ways and our sacred ancestors. for without them we would not be here. oh, creator, that is a door from which those who have passed on have walked to the next world. let us honor them as they passed on. let us also look within ourselves to see how we can improve and be better human beings. from the northern door, where we receive challenges and the strength to meet those challenges. let us all receive strength to meet the challen
KBCW
Jan 16, 2011 8:00am PST
this lifeblood. she will tell us what must be done now. we will ask black think tank's julia hair about the tucson tragedy, the republican house, a miserable economy and what citizens want from president obama now. >>> i am susan and that is on bay area focus next. ♪ [ music ] never in my lifetime did i think i could walk 60 miles in 3 days. 60 miles compared to what a cancer patient goes through is a walk in the park. from the moment i registered, people started immediately supporting me and asking me how they could help. you meet the most wonderful, inspiring people. when you accomplish those 60 miles, it's truly life-changing. (man) register today for the... and receive $25 off your registration fee. because everyone deserves a lifetime. [ move ] >> hi, welcome to the show. i am susan sikora. when we hear but blizzards racking the nation it is hard to believe there is a water shortage. just turn on the tap and out it comes. perhaps not forever. susan says, there is an impending water crisis that will affect every aspect of your life and spell disaster for everyone and everything.
PBS
Jan 7, 2011 9:00pm PST
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PBS
Jan 12, 2011 6:00pm PST
these men and women remind us that heroism is found not only on the fields of battle, they remind us that heroism does not require special training or physical strength. heroism is here in the hearts of so many of our fellow citizens all around us just waiting to be summoned as it was on saturday morning. their actions, their selflessness poses a challenge to each of us. it raises the question of what beyond prayers and expressions of concern is required of us going forward. how can we honor the fallen? how can we be true to their memory? you see, when a tragedy like this strikes it is part of our nature to demand explanations, to try to impose some order on the chaos and make sense out of that which seems senseless. already we've seen the national conversation commence not only about the motivations behind these killings but about everything from the merits of gun safety laws to the adequacy of our mental health system. and much of this process of debating what might be done to prevent such tragedies in the future is an essential ingredient in our exercise of self-government. but
SFGTV
Jan 21, 2011 8:00pm PST
use with the planning commission to be considered the law prior to december 1. if that is not possible, what we would propose is that if you find that we were in violation, that you suspend the fines and that you would, i guess, wrote as mr. sanchez said, -- " i guess, at the call of the chair, it would be suspended until the call of the chair. commissioner fung: he said some other things, but your client manages this building. does he also handled his real estate brokerage out of it for other business? .-- does they also handle -- does he also handled -- handle his real estate brokerage out of it for other business? >> it is a real estate brokerage. commissioner fung: ok. you have a property management business. you are managing this particular building, but you are also managing other buildings? >> right. commissioner fung: ok, thank you. vice president garcia: to follow-up on what commissioner fung would say, if we were to overturn, how to get back to planning? >> and, again, as i understand the latin phrase, it basically can happen in today's world, but it is as if -- vice presiden
CNN
Jan 28, 2011 1:00am EST
quote . and it's got us thinking. anderson spent some time at the great apes trust recently. look at this. >> he's not struggling like that gorilla, i have to say. he needs to work on his strut, mr. cooper there. >> i wonder how much he would have paid me to keep that video off the air tonight. >> he loves it. >> isha, thanks. >>> up next, we've got this story, people are outraged about it. it's blowing up twitter. a single mom sent to jail for using her father's address because she wanted her daughter to go to a bitter school that was in a safer neighborhood. many people say sending the woman to jail does not fit the crime.
SFGTV
Jan 12, 2011 10:00am PST
the water use is going down. if the system succeeds, it will be one of the first agencies to be paying the environmental surcharges. we are not asking to grow. we are willing to live within our means at this point. we are not asking that we will need water for growth. our customer base is mostly commercial and industrial. the population in the area is about 10,400. the people who work in our area are also in san jose, menlo base, so hetch-hetchy is critical to us. we are looking at how we can destroy the economic impact. nobody is talking of limiting the water supply. the agency can take whatever water supplies they need. we're talking but the economic impact. so we are not asking for growth. $220 million invested. santa clara and other agencies in the south bay. we have implemented conservation measures. again, we are down to about 63 gallons per day. for residential customers. thank you for your attention. president vietor: thank you very much for your time. next speaker, please. >> i am with the city of santa clara. i also have submitted prepared comments. given that we
SFGTV2
Jan 10, 2011 11:00pm PST
, guys. first of all, i want to thank god for putting us in this situation and blessed us the way he has. i want to thank my family, my wife and my boys. my teammates. i tell you what. when i got traded over here, it was a tough long road, but our trading staff was unbelievable. kept us all on the field. a quick story -- when i was down earlier this year, sabs came in and said what are you doing, why are you upset? the season is not over yet. we traded for you for a reason. that picked me up. all the coaching staff, everybody, we made it happen. as you know, i grew up a dodger fan, but right now and forever it is all about the san francisco giants and our world series, baby. [applause] >> san francisco giants are world champions. i am a part of it. i cannot believe it. nine years of my life. dead last our fourth place, this organization has the hard to bring me here and give me a chance. here i am in front of you beautiful people. you deserve it just as much as i do, trust me. i have a present for you all in san francisco. i am sure all of you have heard about the rallying song. i know t
PBS
Jan 12, 2011 5:30pm PST
today to help us with our healing. (cheers and applause) in the aftermath of saturday your words have been a source of comfort and strength to every arizonan. your presence today serves us as a reminder that we are not alone in our sorrow. america grieves with us. this great nation stands ready to help our nations heal in mourning a loss beyond measure. there is no way to measure what tucson and all of arizona lost this past saturday. a day that began as a warm arizona morning, neighbors were grocery shopping running errands. they were gathering to meet their congresswoman to see the gabby giffords' all of us know so well. there's no way... (applause) there is no way to quantify the loss of a fine public servant like united states district court judge don roll. (cheers and applause) there's no way to measure the deaths of good people, parents and grant parents like dorwin stoddard, phyllis schneck and dot morris. (applause) gabe zimmerman also killed was only 30 years old. he was soon to be married, devoted to social work and a fighter for justice. (applause) there is absolutely no me
SFGTV
Jan 1, 2011 10:00am PST
committee for monday december 13, 2010. please note that the committee members -- two of us are present, myself and commissioner mendoza. also, commissioner norton and commissioner fewer are present. we have four items on the agenda not noted. they are all informational items. last, i think we have already recommended to the board that they adopt the substitute new general education transportation policy. there will be no action items this evening. first, the staff presentation on the transportation policy, then an update from the parent advisory committee and ppf on the middle school pathway program. then board discussion and feedback and public comment. >> i have prepared a brief report. there are copies for the audience. there is a power point. another document is a copy of the questions. it is an overview same transportation will be the same next year. this is a document which has been in circulation since early november. it has key information and background information i will not go through in the interest of time. it is a good point of reference. tonight, i was going to give a br
SFGTV
Jan 23, 2011 5:00am PST
, what you are going to hear at planning is this is not and allow use. there is no way they would take this a mission. >> i understand that. mr. sanchez explained that to me. i cannot turn back the clock. commissioner fung: i think you should think about that while we go through the rest of testimony, ok? >> he was very kind to tell us these options, and the option is, again, you have got a good neighborhood business that -- commissioner fung: i understand. >> but if you say, "we will not, but we will suspend the fine" -- president goh: i have some questions, too. in september 2008, sent back to label the storage room and talk about square footage, at what point where the plans resubmitted to planning? the fixed plan? >> as i understand, this was before my time, they were submitted in a couple of weeks by mail, but that apparently did not get year, and when they called to make sure they had come in, he was told that they were not here. i do not know what the time frame was, so that he had to go and get another set up, and the physically walked in a copy to make sure they got -- and he
FOX
Jan 30, 2011 4:00am EST
/close show today on u-s farm report... . >>> today on u.s. farm report, a record crowd of the top producer seminar, here's our round table experts weigh in on come oddity prices. heats up the baltz for acres and the top producer of the year is announced in chicago. u.s. farm report brought to you by chevy and their award winning cars, trucks and cross overs. >>> hello and welcome to u.s. farm report, i'm john phipps t. report crowd at the seminar included a larger number of younger farmers. from my perspective, much younger farmers. there was more interest in chinese corn and precision agriculture and much less in form topics. farm policy in the past could take up much of any meeting. one way to look at it is these young producers may simply have outgrown our old policy ideas. here's al pell. >> that can thank you, john and hello, everyone. global supplies can't keep pace with china's demand. hit -- that's more than double a year ago. growers are adding cotton acres this year. >> right now we're looking at the come -- commodity prices so we're very suitable for cotton so we're probably goi
CSPAN
Jan 12, 2011 8:00pm EST
. please after hearing my blessing and my prayer, let us work toward harmony, toward wholeness and balance sheet. honoring theby eastern door from where we get visions and guidance. make each of us get the vision and guidance to proceed in a good way. from the southern dorks where we get the energies of the champ -- doors where we get the energies of the families, let us honor the families of those that passed on, of those that are healing, and also let us honor our own families. let us remain humble and also use humor when appropriate, for humor is healing and can help people. from the western door, please let us honor the sacred ways and our sacred and ancestors. without them we would not be here. oh creator, that is the door through which those who have passed on have walked to the next world. let us honor them as they pass on. let us also look within ourselves to see how we can improve and be better human beings. from the northern door where we receive challenges and the strength and meet those challenges, let us all receive strained to meet the challenges that face our great country.
FOX News
Jan 19, 2011 10:00pm EST
for tonight. to hear she is walking is great news for all of us. she is a very, very thoughtful person. i hope that guy gets the book thrown at him. >> greta: she is tough and she has been on this show a number of times and i look forward to seeing her walk in that door. >> we all do. >> greta: today you won. >> 219 people voted in favor of the health care bill, 245, three democrats with the 243 republicans vote to repeal it. the interesting thing is, throughout the debate, there were lots of things said and you just had a clip that i had not heard until i came in here. there's been a characterization somehow we don't want to deal with the issue of health reform. tomorrow morning, first thing on the house floor we are going to consider 9 which calls for replacement, directing the committees of jurisdiction to do a number of things we believe could dive the cost down immediately. first, acknowledge that everyone has said this bill is flawed beginning with the president who in his press conference after the election said the 1099 provisions, needed to be corrected. we've had -- >> greta: if anyb
PBS
Jan 15, 2011 12:00pm PST
in a range of industries. what can we do for you? >> it is the richest country in the world but is u.s. debt out of control? president obama has bought to reassure american workers their recovery is on course. some wonder whether the markets are too relaxed about the u.s. government debt. whether they can get it under control. >> absent any action, the jet -- debt to gdp ratio will be rising. >> we hear from one economist who argues america could be a second division socialist state. >> two of britain's leading people bring a rare audience to us. >> this is very important at the same time. >> asked to name the biggest threat hanging over the global economy and most people would think of a crisis in the euro zone, but some see a larger cloud that could make the bailout of portugal make up -- look like loose change. >> president obama when to a factory to talk about creating jobs. new figures showed the economy is not creating enough of them. they have been good at creating federal debt. this is what the head of the central bank had to say about the long-term threat at that they covering -- go
CSPAN
Jan 22, 2011 6:30pm EST
it is illustrated of the companies that are petitioning us. let's take another one that is pertinent to the merger. that is the video. the danger is that comcast, now running -- owning nbc, will withhold programming from other companies. that is a concern for what this merger might produce. i think the broad scope of the condition and duration of seven years is problematic. if we sat down with by of the people who are deciding what online programming will look like with this company -- which these companies, we will get five different answers with these companies will look like and how to monetize online programming. it is a different part of business and we do not know what is going to look like. seven years is a long time to have a condition. i am afraid we are market forming rather than imposing regulatory conditions. >> where did the seven years come from? >> i think it is longer than we have ever had at the fcc paid it is shorter than at the department of justice. >> be considered voting against the merger? >> -- did you consider voting against the merger? >> w
SFGTV2
Jan 1, 2011 7:00pm PST
'll be talking about the language that we use on issues related to addiction and recovery. joining us in our panel today are: daphne baille, director of communications, treatment alternatives for safe communities, tasc incorporated, chicago, illinois. dr. john kelly, associate professor in psychiatry, massachusetts general hospital, harvard medical school, boston, massachusetts. lureen mcneil, director, bureau of recovery services, new york state office of alcoholism and substance abuse services, new york, new york. carlos hardy, director of public affairs, baltimore substance abuse systems, incorporated, baltimore, maryland. john, what role does language play in forming public opinion on addiction and mental health issues? i think language plays a critical role in the way that, after all, it's the, it conveys the meaning of, of what we're trying to express. and so i think it plays a very important role and we should think carefully about the terms that we use because of that. so, why does some language impede the understanding, lureen, of, of our field and the way we refer to people? well i
SFGTV2
Jan 25, 2011 5:00am PST
me to be a voice for some of their feelings and concerns. and i want to tell you a bit about us as residents. we came from all different walks of life in the city. we have had jobs having to do with construction and bus driving, and we have had white collar jobs, and we have been independent artists and writers. the full spectrum have come to laguna honda. and in our day we were great participants in all of the city life. difficult circumstances, sometimes crushingly difficult, have brought many of us here at last to laguna honda. not at last for some of us. despite all differences, we need the healing that laguna honda is famous for. some people who come will be rehabilitated and will leave sunday. others will need 24-hour care for the rest of their lives, and so they will look forward to spending time in the spending -- in this building for years to come. it is exciting to have a new building. it is even more exciting to receive a new model of care, care that is resident centered, care that honors each person as an individual instead of a body in a bed. care that involves talk
PBS
Jan 18, 2011 7:00pm PST
and will meet with u.s. president become barack on wednesday. the focus of the meeting will be on whether the two nations can narrow their differences in areas such as appreciation of the chinese yuan and security issues. he was welcomed by vice president joe biden at an airport outside washington on tuesday afternoon. this is the chinese president's first official visit to the u.s. in five years. the two presidents are expected to discuss the value of the chinese currency and ways to handle tensions on the korean peninsula. the united states is calling for the appreciation of the yuan against other currency. hu has indicated that it's time to change the international financial order centered on the u.s. dollar and this may also be discussed during the summit. relations between the u.s. and china have been tense since january last year when the obama administration decided to sell weapons to taiwan. china apparently wants to demonstrate to the international community that through the visit ties have improved with the u.s. hu will also visit obama's hometown of chicago. >>> a u.s. media su
MSNBC
Jan 17, 2011 4:00pm EST
as the chinese view of the u.s. trade relationship? >> well, china would definitely view the relationship as mutually beneficial. they believe the u.s. economy benefits from the growing market demand in china. and that they also benefit from what you've referred to before as cheap chinese products that have kept prices down in the u.s. they said the u.s. didn't complain about that before. so they would say that the relationship is mutually beneficial. they also recognize there are certain economists within china that recognize there are some issues with china's currency and export dependent economy from their own front, they want to change that as well. >> i want to read an excerpt. >> they want to make their economy more -- sorry, they want to make their economy more dependent on domestic demand rather than on exports. so, that's a mutual interest that they have but, of course, there's a question of what pace china will go in reforming its economy. >> i want to read an excerpt from "forbes" magazine that speaks to america's leverage to create more fairness in that chinese relationship fo
SFGTV
Jan 5, 2011 4:30am PST
excited about some of these issues. this is something that is near and dear to all of us. we would not be here had it not been a point of intense purpose and passion that unites all of us in terms of our desire to shut this power plant down. there are a lot of champions of this effort. most importantly, the community. the people of the southeast sector that demanded that we reconcile the fact that we had two of the most polluting power plants in california that were operating not too many years ago. we were successful finally in shuttering the hunters point plant in 2006, and we then turned our intent -- attention intensely on shutting down the potrero power plant. to say so is quite easy. we can hold hands, passed resolutions, have candlelight vigils and talk about the issues of environmental justice and prostate cancer rates and cervical cancer rates and asthma rates and recognizing the problem and elevating it in the consciousness of and the minds of people in the city, state, and nation. to take a pragmatic steps required partners and leaders. community has that foundation and
SFGTV
Jan 16, 2011 2:30pm PST
on january 4, the screen wall that will allow us to take down the existing screen wall which will allow us to do the final demolition and shoring. i wanted to show you the demolition plan over all but i know you are fairly familiar with it. we are continuing through the building section right now. the utility relocation plan, as i said, the 4.3, 4.4 packages will get going this month. 4.1 is before you today for your approval. the work on minna and freemont continues. that is the east terminal building as it is coming down. now they're starting the excavation of the basement level, preparing for temperature or wall to allow the complete demolition. that is work being done in early december. that is the central terminal as they tear it down. this is looking at the ballast that was removed. when we made the transition to rail, they had to fill in where the tracks were with rocks and remove all of that for crushing before they could begin the demo. now we have moved over to the western terminal. that shows you how far we have gone with the demolition. the water on minna, utility relocation. t
WETA
Jan 23, 2011 10:00am EST
to us and why it matters. based on a lot of polling you have done with your brother. what countries were involved in your polling to kind of educate us on the arab world? >> we pulled across the region. for this book we focused on six countries that we polled repeatedly, at least annually and sometimes twice a year. marc rocco, egypt, lebanon, jordan, uae and saudi arabia. two and north africa, two in -- and two in the gulf -- -- is not exactly north africa but it is a country that cannot be ignored. there is also pulling from iraq and palestine as well. about 4000 people in each of the polls, giving a chance to open the window and let 4000 voices in. it has been a marvelous experience doing it and to share. >> critical acclaim has been there as well. you are onto something that is very important as far as educating us here in america. if we listened to the terrible voices, what would we hear, what are they saying -- if we listen to the "arab voices." >> they really like us. they don't feel we like them. they feel that the values that we project are ones that they care about for themselv
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